The newest feature in your iPhone or Android quantifies your relationship with your phone and the apps you use, and the stats might be enough to scare your into a better relationship with your phone. And if the stats aren't persuasive enough, you can control your usage manually. Here is how I use my phone, and the insights that come along with having this information at the tip of my thumb.
Your phone is your life. Your phone is also ruining your life. Your phone is also ruining your phone. The psychological impact of notifications could not be more real, and devastating.
The big news came out yesterday and all I can say is: finally! Maybe Steve Jobs' ghost came back to flutter around 1 Infinite Loop. Or, even less likely, maybe Tim Cook read my rant about the shitty design of the iPhone 7. Maybe investors were just getting fed up with the training wheels and … Continue reading iPhone X Review
5 years ago, the world lost one of its most revered individuals. A lot has changed in the past five years, but if anything, Steve Jobs's status as a modern idol has only grown in death. Yet as I rifle through Facebook with posts laden with RIPs I can't stop thinking, do people really understand why … Continue reading Why Do We Idolize Steve Jobs?
Finally I'm not alone in my belief anymore. I said it when the iPhone 6 came out. I said it when the S version came along: Apple's iPhones are no longer instantly recognizable. They look like every other smartphone on the market. But as an Apple consumer I held out hope that the iPhone 7 … Continue reading iPhone 7: A Continuation Of Underwhelming Design Since the Death of Steve Jobs